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Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions In Infant, Pregnant And Non-Pregnant Adult Rabbits: Comparison For Different Stimulus Levels
(Mediterranean Soc Otology & Audiology, 2011)
Objectives: In the present study, we investigated Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions in pregnant (Group 1); non-pregnat adult female rabbits (Group 2) and infant rabbits (Group 3). We assessed Distortion Product ...
Importance Of Pre-Educational And Post-Educational Language Tests And Effect Of Training On The Diagnosis Of Auditory Processing Disorders (Apds) In Children
(Mediterranean Soc Otology & Audiology, 2010)
Objective: Aim of this study was to evaluate the importance of pre-educational and post-educational language tests for childs with language problems and effect of training on the diagnosis of auditory processing disorders ...
Researching Auditory Perception Performances of Children Using Cochlear Implants And Being Trained By An Auditory Verbal Therapy
Aim: The main goal of this study is to examine the development of auditory perception performances of children who use cochlear implants who receive auditory verbal therapy. Materials and Methods: This study includes 15 ...
Can Automated Auditory Brainstem Response Be Used As An Initial Stage Screening Test in Newborn Hearing Screening Programs?
Objectives: Generally, newborns have been tested according to the method recommended by the Joint Committee on Infant Hearing all around the world: a two-stage automated transient evoked oto-acoustic emissions (ATEOAE) ...
Can Global Field Power Be An Objective Tool To Assess Cortical Responses To Acoustic Change? A Study with Cochlear Implant Users
Introduction: The aim of the present study was to record and analyse acoustic change complex (ACC) response with Global Field Power (GFP) in cochlear implant users. Materials and Methods: Event-related potentials were ...